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Vasa Vind inaugurates Munkflohögen wind farm, 23rd March (11th March)

Munkflohögen wind farm consists of 23 Vestas V110 turbines with 180m tip height and a total installed capacity of 48.75 MW. All turbines are operational since winter 2019 and the opening ceremony will be held at the 23:th of March 2019 in Munkflohögen communicty centre ("bygdegård") between 11 am and 3 pm.    
Vasa Vind hire operations manager (22nd November)
Vasa Vind have recruited Henrik Svahn, recently operations and maintenance manager at Vindin. At Vasa Vind, Henrik will be responsible for developing the operations management organisation in relation to the company's large expansion with some large projects coming into operation within the next 1.5 years. 

Vasa Vind move to a new head office (17th September)
Vasa Vind have moved to a new head office with address:
Garvis Carlssons Gata 5
169 51 Solna
Sweden

Vasa Vind take over the operational management of Havsnäs wind farm (2nd July)
Vasa Vind have taken over the operational management of Havsnäs wind farm from 1st of July 2018. Havsnäs wind farm consists of 47 Vestas V90 1.8/2.0 MW turbines and is located north of Strömsund in Jämtland county. The site came into operation in 2010 and is owned to 75% by Asper Investment Management

Vasa Vind and APG are building another wind farm (22nd December) 

Vasa Vind and APG are building another wind farm in Jämtland. It is project Munkflohögen that consists of 23 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 49 MW and is adjacent to Åskälen wind farm.

 

Vasa Vind and APG to build one of Sweden's largest wind farms (30th June)

Vasa Vind and the Dutch pension fund manager APG are building one of Sweden's largest wind farms in Åskälen in Jämtland county. The project consists of 80 wind turbines with a total capacity of 288 MW and will generate almost 1 TWh of renewable electricity per year. The total construction investment is worth about 300 million EUR. 

Press release

Public consultation for the internal 33 kV grid on Åskälen wind farm (10th June)

Trekilen Vind AB (owned by Vasa Vind AB) is planning to build 80 wind turbines in the Åskälen-Österåsen wind farm, located southwest of Hammerdal in Jämtland. The total installed capacity is planned to be around 276 MW. The wind farm will connect to Svenska Kraftnät's main grid station in Midskog, some 37 km southeast of the site. Jämtkraft Elnät AB has concession for a 220 kV line for this. Trekilen Vind AB is now making a public consultation for the internal 33 kV grid between the six different site areas and the planned substation location that will connect to the 220 kV line. The public consultation is part of the concession application. Link to the public consultation material (in Swedish). The consultation is open until 12th of July 2016. More information about the project is found here.

Vasa Vind take over the operational management of Ytterberg and Åmliden wind farms (1st July)

Vasa Vind have taken over the technical management of Ytterberg and Åmliden wind farms, which are fully owned by our owners, HgCapital. The sites, consisting of a total 51 Vestas turbines, where developed and built by Nordisk Vindkraft (part of the RES group) during 2010-2012. Nordisk Vindkraft have also carried out the operational management until now. The financial management was taken over by Vasa Vind in January 2014.

Vasa Vind obtain revised permit for Munkflohögen wind farm (30th March)

Vasa Vind have obtained a revised environmental permit for Munkflohögen wind farm. The project is located south of the village of Munkflohögen in Östersund municipality in Jämtland county. The revised permit is for 23 wind turbines with a maximum tip height of 180 m.

Vasa Vind obtain permit for Fröskog wind farm (27th October)
Vasa Vind have obtained legally binding environmental permit for Fröskog wind farm. The project is located east of Fengersfors in Åmål municipality in Dalsland county in western Sweden. The permit is for 6 wind turbines with 195 m tip height.

 

Brynolf Alexandersson to Vasa Vind (9th September)
Vasa Vind have employed Brynolf Alexandersson as Operations Manager starting on the 1st of September 2014. He comes from Holmen Energi and have long experience within generation and power grids. Brynolf Alexandersson will be based in Vasa Vind's newly opened office in Umeå.

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Vasa Vind chooses Westander (3rd June)
Vasa Vind have started a collaboration with the PR-agency Westander. The collaboration covers communication and lobbying in relation to the company's growth when developing and building wind farms in Sweden

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Vasa Vind acquire wind farm in Östersund and Strömsund (24th March)
Vasa Vind have signed and agreement with the local entrepreneurs Björn Daehlie and Hans Olofsson to acquire the Åskälen-Österåsen wind farm in Strömsund and Östersund municipalities. The project has permit for 105 wind turbines and lies between Hammerdal and Häggenås, close to Vasa Vind's other projects in the area.

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Vasa Vind acquire wind farm from Statkraft SCA Vind (26th August)
Vasa Vind have signed an agreement with Statkraft SCA Vind to acquire the Raftsjöhöjden wind farm in the Jämtland region. The project has permit for max 10 turbines and is adjacent to Vasa Vind's permitted Gåxsjö-Raftsjöhöjden wind farm project.

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Vasa Vind is recruiting (8th May)
Vasa Vind is expanding and need more competent and highly motivated employees. We are a growing wind farm company that develops high quality projects in some of Sweden's best wind areas. We are now increasing the pace of the project development and have two find farms in pre-construction phase. We are therefore looking for an experienced Finance Direction and an experienced Construction Manager. Read more about these positions, by clicking on the link below:

Open positions


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